Gryphon I GBT4400General Purpose HandheldArea Imager Bar Code Readerwith Bluetooth Wireless TechnologyQuick Reference Guide

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Table of ContentsEND USER SOFTWARE LICENSE AGREEMENT (EULA) . iiiSoftware Product Policy . viDescription . 1Setting Up the Reader . 2Positioning the Base Station . 3Connecting the Base Station . 6Securing the DC Power Cord (Optional) . 6System and Network Layout . 9Typical Setup with Cradle and Host . 9Using the BC40xx Radio Base . 10Radio Base LEDs . 10Cleaning Procedure . 11Cleaning plastic surfaces . 11Cleaning electrical contact surfaces . 12Charging the Batteries . 14Battery Safety . 14Replacing the Batteries . 17Using the Gryphon I GBT4400 . 19Linking the Reader . 20Link Datalogic RF Devices to Base. 20Link Scanner to Bluetooth Adapter . 20Power Off . 21Selecting the Interface Type . 21Interface Selection . 21Configuring the Interface . 21Keyboard Interface . 24Scancode Tables. 26Country Mode . 26Caps Lock State. 31Numlock. 32Programming . 33Using Programming Bar Codes . 33Configure Other Settings . 33Resetting Standard Product Defaults . 33Reading Parameters . 34Aiming System Control . 34Good Read Green Spot Duration . 35Scan Modes . 36Pick Mode . 38Multiple Labels in a Volume . 38Technical Specifications . 39LED and Beeper Indications . 43Quick Reference Guidei

Base Station Indications .45Datalogic Limited Factory Warranty . 46Ergonomic Recommendations . 48Support Through the Website . 49iiGryphon BT4400

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Gryphon I GBT4400DescriptionWith rich feature sets and extensive options, the Gryphon product series from Datalogic represents the premium level ofdata collection equipment for general purpose applications.The Gryphon GBT4400 readers have enhanced optics withimproved motion tolerance allowing codes placed on fastmoving objects to be easily and quickly captured, creating theideal reader for tasks requiring high throughput like thosefound in retail and light industrial environments.OmniDirectionalOperationTo read a symbol or capture an image, simply aimthe reader and pull the trigger. The Gryphon IGBT4400 is a powerful omni-directional reader, sothe orientation of the symbol is not important.Datalogic’s exclusive patented ‘Green Spot’ forgood-read feedback helps to improve productivityin noisy environments or in situations wheresilence is required. When using the product withthe cradle at a 45 position, the Green Spot canwork as an aiming system to aid in positioning thebar code for quick and intuitive reading.DecodingReliably decodes all standard 1D (linear) and 2Dbar codes, including GS1 DataBar linear codes,Postal Codes (China Post), Stacked Codes (such asGS1 DataBar Expanded Stacked, GS1 DataBarStacked, GS1 DataBar, Stacked Omnidirectional).The data stream — acquired from decoding asymbol — is rapidly sent to the host. The reader isimmediately available to read another symbol.ImagingThe Gryphon I GBT4400 can also function as acamera by capturing entire images or image portions of labels, signatures, and other items.Quick Reference Guide1

Setting Up the ReaderSetting Up the ReaderFollow the steps below to connect and get your reader up andcommunicating with its host.1. Configure the Base Station starting on this page.2.Charge the Batteries (see page 14).3.Link to the Base Station (see page 20).4.Select the Interface Type (see page 21).5.Configure the Reader starting on page 33 (optional,depends on settings needed).NOTE2According to recent modification of Regulationfor shipping Li-Ion based battery packs, theproducts and their spare battery packs partsare shipped with a very low residual charge(low state of charge).Hence the needs* that a new product must be fully rechargedbefore starting to use it.and* that battery packs of the stocked productsGBT/GM44 and spare battery pack parts mustbe periodically recharged : for instance byusing a BC40xx cradle powered up with a 12VDatalogic AC/DC adapter (cod.8-0935) for atleast 30 minutes each 3 months.Gryphon GBT4400

Positioning the Base StationPositioning the Base StationThe base station/charger may be set up in desk application tohold the reader in three different positions, either a horizontalor standing or vertical position, in order to provide the mostcomfortable use depending on the needs.Base Station Positions and related clips to be usedFigure 1- Horizontal PositionThis position is preferred, unless a different specific positioning is required, for its outmost ease of insertion as well as theminimum effort and attention required to customer whendocking the scanner.Figure 2- Standing PositionThis position is preferred if the scanner is to be used in standmode and not needed to be often removed from base station.Quick Reference Guide3

Positioning the Base StationFigure 3 - Vertical PositionThis position is preferred when lack of room on the desktoprecommends the scanner to be left vertical during recharging.1.Insert the appropriate parts for the desired base station position.2.Using your thumbs, push open the plastic tabs on thebottom of the base to free the wing holders.TabTab4Gryphon GBT4400

Positioning the Base StationTo ensure best contact and performance, donot intermix the parts of the two differentmount sets.CAUTION3.The stand can now be repositioned in either horizontalor standing position.HorizontalStandingQuick Reference Guide5

Connecting the Base StationConnecting the Base StationFigure 4 on page 6 shows how to connect the Base Station toa terminal, PC or other host device. Turn off the host beforeconnection and consult the manual for that equipment (ifnecessary) before proceeding. Connect the interface cablebefore applying power to the Base Station.NOTEThe Gryphon GBT44XX can also be Powered bythe Terminal. When powered by the Terminal,the battery charger is automatically set as Slowcharge.For some specific interfaces or hosts or lengthsof cable, the use of an external power supplymay be recommended for full recharging capability (see "Technical Specifications" on page 39for more details).Base Station Connection and Routing — Fully insert the PowerCable and Interface (I/F) Cable connectors into their respective ports in the underside of the Base Station (see Figure 4).Then connect to an AC Adapter, and plug the AC power cordinto the (wall) outlet.Figure 4. Connecting the Base StationWall plugConnectorI/F CableAC/DCAdapterDC PowerCordBaseStationSecuring the DC Power Cord (Optional)The DC power cord for the adapter can be secured to the bottom of the base in order to maximize the mechanical retention of the cable itself. The routing of the power cord can bechanged to accommodate base station positioning: horizon-6Gryphon GBT4400

Connecting the Base Stationtal, stand or wall mount. The cables can be looped around tothe front of the Base Station, or fed directly out the back ofthe Base Station, as shown in Figure 5.Figure 5. Options for routing the DC cordPlease refer to the arrows depicted on the bottom of the basewhen placing the cables, detailed in Figure 6.Figure 6. Arrows showing routingQuick Reference Guide7

Connecting the Base StationHost Connection — Verify before connection that the reader’scable type is compatible with your host equipment.NOTEThe Gryphon I GBT4400 can be set up to requirea PIN code when connecting to the host. If youare adding new equipment to a system thatuses a custom security PIN, please see the PRGfor information before proceeding.Most connections plug directly into the host device as shownin Figure 7. Keyboard Wedge interface cables have a ‘Y’ connection where its female end mates with the male end of thecable from the keyboard and the remaining end at the keyboard port on the terminal/PC.BFigure 7. Connecting to the HostWaKe Wor.ndUSybed oardgor. eMor.IBPower Connection — Plug the AC Adapter into an approved ACwall socket with the cable facing downwards (as shown inFigure 4) to prevent undue strain on the socket.Disconnecting the Cable — To detach the cable, insert a paperclip or similar object into the hole on the base, as shown.Figure 8. Disconnecting the CableInsertPaper Clip8Gryphon GBT4400

Connecting the Base StationSystem and Network LayoutTypical Setup with Cradle and HostFigure 9. Reader LayoutQuick Reference Guide9

Connecting the Base StationUsing the BC40xx Radio BaseRadio Base LEDsLEDs on the Gryphon Base provide information about theBase as well as battery charging status, as shown inFigure 10.Figure 10. Gryphon Base LEDsYELLOW LEDBUTTONRED LED —GREEN LEDTable 1. Radio Base LEDsLEDSTATUSPower on /DataYellow On Base is poweredYellow Blinking Base re

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